On Sunday, President Donald Trump has again criticized Fox News in the latest sign that he is souring on what has been his most faithful and favorite news agency.
As part of the afternoon Tweets, the US President has asked the conservative network to task for interviewing the Democratic Presidential Candidate. The 37-year-old Pete Buttigieg, who is Mayor of South Bend is contesting against President Trump with Democratic ticket.
Suggesting to interviewer of Fox News, President Trump tweets: “Hard to believe that @FoxNews is wasting airtime on Mayor Pete, as Chris Wallace likes to call him. Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems.”
He continued, “Chris Wallace said, ‘I actually think, whether you like his opinions or not, that Mayor Pete has a lot of substance.. fascinating biography.’ Gee, he never speaks well of me.”
President Trump further mocks at Pete Buttigieg and referred to him as Alfred E. Neuman, the gap-toothed, goofy cover boy with projecting ears of the United States humor magazine Mad.
Using a criticised spelling of the name, Trump wrote that “Alfred E. Newman will never be president.”
On Sunday, the US President’s comment was most forceful of late against Fox News, until now he preferred US news outlet and the one that most frequently gets to interview him.
Another interview of President Trump was scheduled on the network.
The US President has been critical about the news coverage of Fox News for Democratic candidates to contest for 2020 Presidential Election, which will fight against Donald Trump.
Last month, he took another swipe at Fox News after it has hosted a Town Hall meeting with Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermonth.
President Trump tweets, “So weird to watch Crazy Bernie on @Fox News.”
He further claims that the audience “was so smiley and nice. Very strange,” and accused that it had been packed with support of Sanders.
Donald Trump’s ties with US TV Network have hit a rough patch after the retirement of two former big names from his administration at Fox News.
Former Fox News Anchor Heather Nauert and Executive Bill Shine, who has served for 9 months as Communication Director in White House, reports source.
Heather Nauert has served as a spokesperson at the State Department has been promoted to a senior post and then for a while, was considered as a potential candidate to replace Nikki Haley as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations.